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Six New Restaurants To Try in Las Vegas

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2008_10_hasmaps.jpgLas Vegas is home to many new restaurants. Some of the smaller ones that open with less than a shebang go unnoticed. Here's a look at six of the new smaller restaurants that opened recently all over the Las Vegas valley, including a gas station taco joint, a burger place and a new neighbor for Raku, Kabuto and Monta Ramen.

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Burger Brothers

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This tiny new burger joint serves up more than just $5.25 burgers. Look for chicken sandwiches, hot dogs, fresh cut fries, onion rings and even Philly steak sandwiches with menus written on chalkboards.

Cafe Zupas

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A cornucopia of soups, salads and sandwiches make the menu at this chain, which just opened its second location in Vegas.

Korean Delicious

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The same strip mall with Raku, Monta, Kabuto and Big Wong now has Korean Delicious with bulgogi, very spicy chicken, bibimbap and more Korean delights. Word has it the restaurant lives up to its name.

Liu's Kitchen

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Look for Chinese-American dishes at this little dive.

Pita House

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Look for Mediterranean dishes such as kabobs, hummus and pita made in house.

Sinaloa

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Street tacos in a gas station parking lot, just as they should be.

Burger Brothers

This tiny new burger joint serves up more than just $5.25 burgers. Look for chicken sandwiches, hot dogs, fresh cut fries, onion rings and even Philly steak sandwiches with menus written on chalkboards.

Cafe Zupas

A cornucopia of soups, salads and sandwiches make the menu at this chain, which just opened its second location in Vegas.

Korean Delicious

The same strip mall with Raku, Monta, Kabuto and Big Wong now has Korean Delicious with bulgogi, very spicy chicken, bibimbap and more Korean delights. Word has it the restaurant lives up to its name.

Liu's Kitchen

Look for Chinese-American dishes at this little dive.

Pita House

Look for Mediterranean dishes such as kabobs, hummus and pita made in house.

Sinaloa

Street tacos in a gas station parking lot, just as they should be.

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